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THE MIRROR 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



GRADUATION NUMBER 

This Graduation number of The Mirror 

is affectionately dedicated by the 
Class of 1931 to 

Our Principal 
Arthur N. Burke 




Editorial, Irwin Smith 9 
Ruth Harris 

Class Ode, Martha Vosburg 11 

Class Will, Wendell Maker 12 

Class History, Helen Cataldo 16 

Who's Who 20 

Class Prophecy, Irwin Smith 2 1 

Class Statistics 29 

Class Activities by Pupils 41 



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Class Officers of 1931 




CHARLOTTE BELL 

Class Vice-President 



ELWOOD JOHNSON 

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Class Officers of 1931 




BERTHA STORER 

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HOWARD MORASH 
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Handiwork Shows 

Pleasing Variety 

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work in the public schools system 
is the window exhibit placed I 
morning in the Chamber of Com- 
merce offices at 613 Main street, 
Handiwork of the Senior High 
School classes in commercial ad- 
vertising, the display has been ef- 
fectively arranged, offering a pleas- 
ing variety cf posters whose sub- 
jects have been well handled 
against a striking modernistic back 
ground of Polar blues and whitp 
suggestive of Icelandic regions. 
Cloth and naper mounting in ar^ 
resting designs mark the posters 
.advertising n-itionally known str 
and products, and of particular ap- 
peal is a finely executed etching 
| illustrative of an old time English 
inn and placpd in advertisement of 
a new book bearing that name. 

The work of Kenneth Clapp. 
most prominent among the pieces 
shown. Another striking piece is the 
stocking advertisement showing a 
figure well mounted in a combina- 
tion of cloth and paper in a mod- 
ernistic framing. Arrangement of 
windows pleasing to the shopper's 
eye and training as a basis for 
work m commercial advertising 
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THE MIRROR 



VOL. XXII 



Waltham, Mass., June, 1931 



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The Mirror Staff 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Irwin Smith 

ASS'T. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
Ruth Harris 

EXCHANGE EDITOR 

Alma Pontz 

ADVERTISING MANAGER 
Tino Lando 

ATHLETIC 

(Girls) Mildred Fox 

NEW BOOKS EDITOR 

Virginia Thomas 

JOKES EDITOR 
Guy Meyer 



BUSINESS MANAGER 

John Francis Carroll 

ASS'T. BUSINESS MANAGER 
Douglas Butman 

ASS'T. EXCHANGE EDITOR 
Helen Peterson 

ASST. ADVERTISING MANAGER 
Dorothy Slamin 



EDITORS 

(Boys) James Woodside 

ASS'T. NEW BOOKS EDITOR 

Eleanor Merriman 

ASS'T. JOKES EDITOR 
Alton Meyer 



MUSIC EDITOR 

Martha Vosburgh 



ART EDITOR 
Herbert Estabrook 



ASS'T. ART EDITOR 
Charles Perelli 



Harold Keeman 
Helen Cataldo 
Joyce Glendenning 
Rozilla Chase 
Charlotte Bell 
Barbara Gauthier 
Wendell Maher 
Donald Harrington 
Morrison Shirley 
Dorothy Van der Wyk 
Edna Mudgett 
Pauline Baine 



LITERARY EDITORS 

Dorothy Hornbeck 
Emily Sanderson 
Donald Marr 
Natalie Dean 
Harry Barnes 
Loring Williams 
Ethel Besso 
Rosamond Hurley 
Barbara Nichols 
Robert Lawless 
Richard Lawson 
Lillian Elder 

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Room 9 Betty Bryden Room 20 Eleanor Carey 

Room 10 Louise Hunt Room 22 Elizabeth Ray 

Room 11 Veto Blaikitis Room 25 Irene Cossaboom 

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TO THE SENIORS 

"ijrtl E stand as a diver stands on the end of a spring board, in 
£ggg a dry bathing suit, after he has been told that the water 
is cold. We stand in the warm sunlight, on something solid of 
which we are sure, and are surrounded by all the things we 
have become accustomed to in the last twelve years. We are 
standing ready to plunge out of this sheltered existence we have 
led into the sea of life of which we know little and which we 
have been told is cold. Many of us would hesitate ; we would, if 
we could, linger on the board's end. Now, however, it is our turn 
to dive and others are waiting: when graduation pushes us, let 
us leap high and dive deep into the sea of life. Let us hope 
that it will produce in us the same actions as cold water does, 
after the first thrilling shock; let us hope that it will awaken 
in us a desire to struggle upward from the cold, dark depths of 
this strange sea, toward the light, toward the top, with every 
ounce of energy we possess, until we swim on the calm, sunlit 
surface of the sea of life. 



TO THE JUNIORS 

Juniors, we leave, "Carry on." Be senior-like Seniors. Be 
dignified, helpful, and kind, studious, if possible, and useful too. 
Above all, be business-like and let no one tread on your toes. 
Tolerate the Sophomores for they will be high-hat Juniors, as 
you were once and we were too, so bear up under them with the 
best grace possible: they are not really bad at all, you know. 
Take good care of the in-coming Sophomores; they need your 
help so boost them along. We leave to you our exalted place. 
Juniors, carry on! 



10 THE MIRROR 

TO THE SOPHOMORES 

Be scholars; the Junior year counts most and it is hard. 
Be respectful to Seniors and help them carry their worldly 
weight. Do not be snobs (although you will of course be high- 
hat.) Just be good fellows. 

TO THE INCOMING SOPHOMORES 
Do your level best in every possible way. 

Irwin Smith, 1931. 



AT HE hustle and bustle of rushed June days before gradua- 
tion has come — for the Seniors. We Juniors who are to 
take their places feel the swirl of activities and events with 
less excitement, for we know that next September Waltham 
High will be waiting for us to come back. But while we are 
watching the Seniors' busy preparations with happy anticipa- 
tion of our own last year, we are wishing them all success and 
good luck in whatever phase of occupation they may pursue. 
Some may have positions in the vicinity of Waltham while 
others' work may call them to more distant fields. Of course, 
there will be those who will continue their pursuit of learning 
in higher institutions. We hope they all will achieve their am- 
bition whether it be fame, riches, or happiness. 

We Juniors, however, realize the responsibilities which 
the graduating class have borne and appreciate the standards 
they have set and the reputation they have earned. We shall 
make it our aim to maintain these high standards. 

The Class of '32 says, "Success and good luck to the Class 
of '31." 

Ruth Harris, '32. 



Class of 1931 




HARRY QUEEN 
Chairman of Class Dax 




MARTHA VOSBURGH 

Class Poet 



HELEN CATALDO 

Class Historian 




THE MIRROR 11 

CLASS ODE 

Our lives are like giant mirrors, friend, 

Picturing scenes that never end. 

Believest thou not? Then come with me 

Over the Road of Life and see. 

Here there are ranged three mirrors tall, 

Past, Present, Future. At our call 

In the Mirror of Past, baby figures play 

In meadows bright with blossoms gay, 

And a laughing brook runs its winding way. 

So passes our childhood's happy day. 

Now to the Mirror of Present we come — 
Happy we've been — but that day is done. 
Our games and our lessons are all put away; 
And we're waiting here for another day. 
The brook is a swelling river strong, 
Gathering strength as it hurries along. 
Gathering strength from beginning to end, 
While green trees over the river bend — 
And the sun with its kindly, fostering ray, 
Like God in his heaven, shines on our way. 

The Present is done; the Future draws nigh. 
Success — we all think of, thou and I. 
It shines in the distance — a beacon light; 
Remember, it is not fortune or might: — 
Success means living your own life right, 
Making your record honorable, bright. 
The little waves, like eager feet, 
Rush out, the glorious dawn to meet. 
The bells of a bright, new sunrise ring, — 
And we wonder what the dawn will bring. 

Martha Vosburgh, 1931. 



12 THE MIRROR 

Hast Will ano Testament of 1931 

To Whom it may concern: 

S it known that we, the class of 1931, of the Waltham High 

School, and lately the most prominent unit of the same, 
being of sound mind and in full possession of our faculties, and 
capable of disposing of property in view of the uncertainties 
of life do appoint, transfer, bequeath, and devise our estate as 
follows: 

To the class of 1932 we leave the brilliant minds of the 
class of 1931 so that they may be able to decide on one station- 
ary date to set for their proms, also the honor of paying for 
the property to be left to Miss Burgess. 

To the class of 1933 we leave a cage of monkeys to ac- 
company them on their journeys through the high school in 
their hectic moments, such as sliding down banisters and stag- 
ing mob scenes in the corridors. 

To the class of 1934, the incoming class, we leave the pure 
and saintly air of the seniors to guard them and keep them 
from the harms of life. 

To our beloved master, Mr. Burke, we leave a huge ban- 
danna handkerchief to remind him of the many tears shed by 
the class of 1931, at the thought of leaving their Alma Mater, 
also a double sized megaphone to give out his favorite slogan 
"The first two rows may pass out." 

To Mr. Goodrich, our beloved sub-master and master mind, 
we leave a television set so that he may keep his eagle eye on 
pupils having wandering moods. 

To Mr. Ward we leave a permanent pass to Waltham's 
Little Theatre, also a full length portrait of John Harvard to 
be hung over his desk in room 14. 

To Miss Ober we leave the best wishes of room 19, also a 
set of sound-proof walls to be placed in the teachers' room so 
that her classes may not be disturbed by mysterious sounds 
floating from that locality. 

To Miss Burgess we leave a new set of chairs to match her 
ultra-modern drawing desks, also a ferocious Pekingese dog 
to guard her paints and brushes during her absence from the 
drawing room. 



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To Miss Hunter we leave a class for the fourth period so 
that she may not be able to go looking for wandering girls. 

To Miss Woodward we leave the permanent honor of being 
the head of the employment agency so that she may be able to 
find suitable positions for her industrious pupils. 

To Mr. Hollis we leave a passenger balloon so that he may 
take his pupils for a trip to fairy land to secure proofs for his 
imaginary stories. 

To Mr. Hodge we leave an inexhaustible package of cough 
drops with which to supply his classes, and to his famous 
Collie dog, Lord Ronald, Major for short, we leave our deepest 
sympathy for having such a harsh master. 

To Miss Campbell we leave a ten-year contract with War- 
ner Brothers Movietone Company so that she may continue in 
her good work in producing plays. 

To Miss Rand we leave our sincerest sympathy at having 
lost such a class as 1931, because of its dramatic ability. 

To Miss Hoffman we leave a Daschund puppy to remind 
her of her many trips to Germany. 

To Miss Clement we leave a new French flag to take the 
place of the remains now hanging in room 9. 

To the trio of our faculty, Miss Hart, Miss Rockwood, and 
Miss Darmedy we leave a suite of rooms in the new high school, 
in which they may spend their leisure moments in each other's 
beloved company. 

To lighten the toil of climbing to the fourth floor to her 
domestic pupils every morning, we leave Miss Cutting the en- 
couraging thought that she does not have to climb the Bunker 
Hill Monument instead. 

To Miss Spencer we leave a class of Albert Einsteins so 
that she may at last find someone who understands the theory 
or relativity. 

To Miss Marcher we leave the hopes of having her library 
occupied by as studious pupils as those in the class of 1931 so 
that she may save wear and tear on the ends of her pencils on 
highly polished tables to restrain all commotion, also a noise- 
less typewriter so that moments of concentration will not be 
rudely interrupted. 



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We should like to know who the young gentleman is that 
Miss Plagg drives to school every morning in her new Whip- 
pet-6. Our suspicions have led us to believe that he sits in 
room 14. We leave her our sincerest hopes that she will find 
another companion from the class of 1932 as appreciative as 
her former passenger. 

To sum up the brilliant career of Miss Rigby in Commer- 
cial Law, we hereby appoint her as attorney for the defense of 
pupils summoned to the sanctum sanctorum of Judge Arthur N. 
Burke on the charge of misbehavior. 

In order that Mr. Sheehy may continue his good work of 
directing the wayward sophomores to their home rooms as 
they enter the building at one o'clock, we leave him a police- 
man's uniform to add dignity to his authority. 

To Mrs. Clapp we leave a metronome to keep time for her 
unsteady beginners in typing, also, a new supply of Ruth Edd- 
ing's latest song hits to play on her much used phonograph. 

To Miss Mudgett we leave a supply of water buckets to be 
placed in room 19 at the time of floods caused by one of the 
experimental geniuses in her laboratory classes. 

To Mr. Nottenburg we leave the honor of being the chief 
printer of the New York Times as a reward for his excellent 
work in the publishing of the Mirror. 

To Mr. Leary and Miss Sewall we leave the lastest edition 
of Perfect Alibis that have been in the past and will be in the 
future used by pupils who do not desire the athletic build. 

To Mr. Kimball we leave a class of curious boys who de- 
light in puzzling out endless examples of why and how a thing 
is done in Physics. 

To Mr. Crawford we leave our deepest sympathy at having 
to lose his former symphony players, and we hope that the 
orchestra of 1932 will be able to equal the genius ability of its 
predecessors. 

To Miss Norris we leave our fondest wishes that she may 
continue to enjoy the socials and proms of the coming year, 
and that she may continue to have equally as good dancing 
partners as have been in her former sophomore classes. 



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As our co-executors, we appoint the one who sold the 
French the snow shovels with which to build the Panama 
Canal, and the one who controls the price of Mexican jumping 
beans in Patagonia, who shall carry out the provisions of this 
will when a new high school shall bless our fair city. 

In testimony whereof, we set our hand, ordaining and de- 
claring this to be our last will and testament, this fifth day of 
June, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and 
thirty-one, and of the independence of the United States of 
America the one hundred and fifty ninth. 

Wendell Maker, 1931. 




16 THE MIRROR 

History of the Class 0/1931 

O good fortune prevented us from becoming sophomores 

three years ago. No kind spirit protected us from this in- 
glorious fate, this callow state. We were just what the word 
implies, sophomores, sophos-moros, half wise, half foolish, just 
"common clay"! Because of this condition, because we were 
not vastly different from former sophomores, we were ignored 
by upper-classmen, and we commanded no respect or admira- 
tion from our teachers, a sad beginning for our confident ex- 
pectancy. 

These first pangs of disappointment were somewhat abated 
when the great barrier between us and the junior and senior 
classes was broken by the common vision we all entertained 
of a new, modern high school. Perhaps the juniors would grad- 
uate from the new building; we surely would. A second com- 
mon property was our sensational football team and our equally 
sensational band. We had a very successful season, and both 
the team and the band won fame. 

One distinction we enjoyed; we were the first sophomore 
class for whom a course in music was compulsory. Rehearsals 
for the sophomore choruses in the operetta Ivan, the Terrible 
began early. We screeched wild Russian songs, wore Russian 
costumes, and pretended to do Russian dances. Mr. Schoon- 
maker, who had written the operetta, took the part of the mad 
Ivan. He displayed not a small amount of talent, and it is to 
him that we owe the success of the production. We made fur- 
ther musical efforts at Christmas time, when we sang carols in 
our beautiful, childish, sophomore fashion. 

After the Christmas vacation, what remained of the win- 
ter passed quickly. We elected our class officers : Adam Danos- 
ky, president; Beulah Weymouth, vice-president; Virginia 
Boucher, secretary and treasurer; Morrison Shirley, auditor. 
Spring came, bringing its usual fevers and its annual crop of 
moustaches. We had an assortment among the seniors and 
the faculty ranging from the charming Ronald Coleman model 
to the Sedate Mr. Smith (the brother on the left-hand side of 
the box). Another sign of spring was the number of "crushes" 
which seniors had on sophomores. They had yielded at last 



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and were even carrying "sophs" in their typical collegiate 
Fords. These and other trials we survived, and at the end of 
the year we had lived through the great ordeal; our class was 
still in existence. 

Our junior year was a glorious adventure; for the struggles 
of our career as sophomores were past, and College Boards were 
sufficiently distant to remain unheeded. The question of our 
new school was allowed to remain in the legendary state into 
which it had subsided; but, since present relief was urgent, the 
gods themselves intervened, as it seemed, and effected a splen- 
did arrangement whereby most of the sophomores had to come 
to school in the afternoon, the rest and more fortunate part of 
the students coming in the morning. With only an unappre- 
ciative quantity of "sophomoric clay" to mar the alabaster field 
of our accomplishment, our delicate sensibilities were gratified, 
and our dispositions became remarkably untroubled, entirely 
content. In such a state of mind we elected these officers; 
Adam Danosky, president; Mildred Fox, vice-president; Bertha 
Storer, secretary and treasurer; Beulah Weymouth, auditor. 
Then, with the traditionally carefree spirit of the junior, we 
cheered our illustrious football team through a brilliant season, 
and we lustily roared the Waltham High School's historical 
Battle Cry, trying, as it were, "to beat" our now famous band. 

Although no band proclaimed its achievements, our Mirror 
was recognized last year, in respect both to physical and liter- 
ary makeup, as the best volume of our magazine ever published. 
We were proud of it, and we endeavored to continue its success 
as an important part of our school. 

When Miss Seabury became ill early in December and had 
to leave her classes for several months, the French department 
suffered a great loss, and we all experienced a deep sorrow. 
For the rest of the year Miss Josephine Hart substituted for 
Miss Seabury. 

December passed, and January; and once again it was 
February. We had a Valentine Dance for our class social, 
and we "put one over" on Father Time by convincing him 
that he had arrived only at the tenth hour, although, in- 
deed, he was seven paces ahead of this time when we went 
home. In addition to valentines and socials, February brought 
its usual fevers. Pushed on by these things, the "young man's 



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fancy" was only too ready to take its accustomed turn in spring. 
Once more we recognized masterpieces of the tonsorial art, 
and once more seniors became enamored of sophomores. 

But even in these trying conditions we had serious affairs 
at hand. Our school won honors in the Massachusetts and New 
England Music Festivals. Further honor came to us when a 
group of school children from Caney Creek, Kentucky, came to 
visit us. They told us about their progress in education and 
explained their strange but remarkable moral system to us. 
Although their principles and methods were unusual, they were 
nevertheless splendid; and we were grateful to Miss Hall, 
whose efforts had made possible their visit to us. This is but 
one of the many admirable things Miss Hall has done for us, 
and, although she has resigned, we still feel her fine and splen- 
did influence. 

Next in our history we decided that blue and cream make 
a combination sufficiently noble for our class colors and that 
"aut vincere aut mori" was sufficiently eloquent to represent 
our ideals. After we had settled these things, we held our 
Prom. The affair, which was very pretty and very successful, 
forms a pleasant part of our history. Our junior year was 
nearing its end, when we learned one day that Miss Mudgett 
had suffered an unfortunate accident and would be unable to 
meet her classes for some time. Both teachers and pupils 
heard this news with sorrow, for we all love Miss Mudgett. 

Thus our adventure was over; we were seniors, still wav- 
ing the blue and cream, still determined "aut vincere aut mori" ; 
mostly "mori" when it concerned football. Our band however, 
was still strong, and our Mirror had won recognition in a 
national contest conducted by the Quill and Scroll. Others of 
our good fortunes were Miss Norris, our new Latin teacher, 
Miss Caswell of the French department, and Miss Grover of the 
commercial department. Still another sign for a favorable 
year was our wise election of class officers: El wood Johnson, 
president; Charlotte Bell, vice-president; Bertha Storer, secre- 
tary and treasurer; Howard Morash, auditor. Best of all, Mr. 
Ward was to supervise our affairs. 

Hardly had we begun our year when we realized too well 
the meaning of Milton's 



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"But O the heavy change, now thou art gone, 

Now thou art gone and never must return!"; 
for Miss Pratt, our loved teacher and friend, had died. We shall 
never forget her noble and splendid work, her beautiful and in- 
spiring life. For a few weeks Miss Mendum took Miss Pratt's 
place; now we have Mr. Reynolds. 

Our first social affair was the Senior dance, which was 
early in December. Once more Nutting's saw the blue and 
cream in one of the prettiest events it had ever witnessed and 
one of the happiest incidents of our history. Its refreshing 
influence continued till the end of the month, when Miss Hall 
sent us some candy for a Christmas present. After the 
Christmas vacation we had a Masquerade Ball. At this, our 
senior social, we experienced the traditional privilege of the 
senior, that of staying till the unprecedented hour of eleven. 

Fulfillment of another senior tradition was our play, It Pays 
to Advertise, This is a three-act comedy, farcical, witty, and 
artistic. The performance formed an appropriate prelude to 
our spring vacation. After vacation we were pleased to have 
Miss Seabury and Miss Mudgett with us again. More good for- 
tune was the School Board's decision that we should graduate 
June eleventh — the best news we had heard all year. 

Having settled these things, we gave our attention to the 
more serious questions of diploma points and College Board 
Entrance Examinations. This matter put an immediate damper 
on all frivolity, and the "young man's fancy" dared not take 
its proverbial turn. More work was done in the few remaining 
days than had hitherto been done in weeks. Sophomores won- 
deringly beheld our senior countenances grow serious and 
grave; we provoked from them the admiration and respect 
which we, as sophomores ourselves, had formerly failed to 
command. 

And now that our illustrious history is ended, although we 
are somewhat dazed at the brevity of three years, we are never- 
theless certain of three things: first, we believe in a beautiful 
myth, our new high school; secondly, we feel confident that 
blue and cream make the noblest of combinations; and thirdly 
we are still determined "aut vincere aut mori"! 

Helen Cataldo, 1931. 



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WHOS' WHO IN THE CLASS OP 1931 



The Most Popular Girl 
The Most Popular Boy 
The Most Useful Girl 
The Most Useful Boy 
The Best Natured Girl 
The Best Natured Boys 

The Most Obliging Girl 
The Most Obliging Boy 
The Most Studious Girl 
The Most Studious Boy 
The Best Looking Girl 
The Best Looking Boy 
The Most Athletic Girl 
The Most Athletic Boy 
The Class Clown 
The Best Actor 
The Best Actress 
The Class Baby 
The Best Dressed Girl 
The Best Dressed Boy 
The Brightest Social Light 
The Class Bad Man 



Mildred Pox 

Adam Danosky 

Charlotte Bel! 

Irwin Smith 

Bertha Storer 

John F. Carroll 
Paul Pearson 

Eleanor Nye 

Harry Queen 

Faith Arnold 

Howard Morash 

Lois Seested 

Wendell Maher 

Esther Silver 

William Greig 

Richard DeCoste 

Elwood Johnson 

Carolyn Hatch 

Richard DeCoste 

Helen Ryan 

Harold Keeman 

Virginia Boucher 

Roy Bradley 




WENDELL MAHER 

Writer of Class Will 



MILDRED POX 

"Giver of Gifts" 




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IRWIN SMITH 

Editor of The Mirror 
Class Prophet 



THE MIRROR 21 

CLASS PROPHECY 

Extracts from 

"Waltham Daily Mirror" 

Friday, June 5, 1941 

"Mayor William Greig Approves of Dump Site for New 
High School." 

"City Engineer, Arthur Flint declares Dump Site Im- 
practical." 

"New Swamp Site Proposed by Councillor Rozilla Chase." 

"High School May Run in Six Shifts," says Superintendent 
of Schools Adam Danosky, after a three-hour conference with 
Principal Harry Fisher of the Senior High School. 

"President Richard DeCoste of the City Council says, 
'School Situation is Critical'." 



"Missionaries Leave for the Orient 

Their Reverences Francis Biggins, John Connerney, and 
William Atwood, all of this city, left for Upper Rangoon this 
morning where they will join the Rev. Paul Durkin in his ex- 
tensive missionary work. Other Walthamites who are now in 
foreign lands as missionaries are Miss Irene Burke, Miss Dor- 
othy Jacobs, the Rev. Arthur Erickson, the Rev. Francis Mc- 
Ivor, and Miss Olga Anderson, secretary to Mr. Mclvor." 



"Prepare For Polar Flights 

High Admiral Arthur Chiasson announced today that prep- 
arations for his flight to the North Pole were nearly complete. 
His secretary, Miss Lois Seested, has been swamped with let- 
ters for Santa Claus, all of which the Admiral has promised to 
deliver when he says, 'Hello, Santa Claus.' Frank Farrar, 
radio operator for the expedition, will ask Santa to say a few 
words to us from his ice palace at the North Pole." 

"Miss Dorothy O'Malley, well-known local aviatrix, is also 
planning a flight to the North Pole in order to do her Christmas 



22 THE MIRROR 

shopping early. James Casella, her mechanic, is testing her 
new plane and Kenneth Cass, butler and radio man for Miss 
O'Malley is testing the push-button system which Miss O'Malley 
will carry in place of a radio." 



"Associated Press Dispatch: 

Arthur Farnsworth, famed coining expert, saves Bank oj 
Ireland from ruin." 



"Ooin Collectors Fail To Collect 

At closing time yesterday Kenneth Clapp and Theron Wil- 
son, both of Waltham, entered the Waltham Trust Company 
and forced Miss Beulah Weymouth, a teller, to admit them to 
the vaults. Freeman Patterson, Trust Company janitor, heroic- 
ally summoned the police by means of the new burglar alarm 
system recently installed by Howard Morash and Morrison 
Shirley, electrical engineers of Waltham and Chicago. Capt. 
Douglas Hogan, Sergeant Marshal Robichaud, and officers 
William Orpin, Warren Eaton, Axel Larson, and Joseph Le- 
Brun of the local police, responded to the call and Wilson and 
Clapp were soon in the care of Robert Mickalson, turn-key of 
the local jail. Chief of Police, Alton Currin, praised his men 
for their quick work. When asked their motive by Willard 
Jackson, police reporter of the Waltham Daily Mirror, Clapp 
and Wilson replied that it was their hobby to collect coins." 

"Frederick Haggarty Hospital Overcrowded 

Nurses added to staff today are: Misses Margaret Bow- 
man, Martha Isaacson, Gladys Jones, Margaret Galligan, Louise 
Fynn, Hazel Sprague, Dorothy Tortola, Eleanor Weaver, 
Helena Taletowicz, Elin Gustavson, and Marguerite Jones. Dr. 
Roger Hunt says, 'The Haggarty Hospital for cats must ex- 
pand'." 

"Local School Teachers Taken in Raid 

Sergeant John Fitzgerald and officers Frederick Judd and 
Kenneth Larsen were attracted to the Crystal Pool Parlor last 
evening by cries of 'Seven, seven, come eleven!' and 'Come on, 
you little black and white!' They entered just in time to see 



THE MIRROR 23 

Miss Gertrude Harrington, teacher of elocution at the Senior 
High, roll a pair of dice on the floor. The others who filled up 
the circle of the merry little game were booked by the police 
as: Misses Eleanor Brown, Charlotte McLeod, Marie Bresna- 
han, Charlotte Gibbs, Josephine Graceffa, Bernice Bowley, 
Margaret Hanselpaeker, and Esther Silver, director of girls' 
athletics, all of the Senior High faculty. Misses Mildred Har- 
rington and Virginia Bush, proprietresses of the Pool Parlor, 
said the game was carried on without their consent. Others 
taken in the raid were: William Clark and Edward Regan, men 
about town; Elmer Keith, a Fuller Brush man; Knute Johnson, 
football coach; Sam Marcou, a pugilist; Benjamin Weinstein, 
Richard Dorrington, Clive Arlsworth, and Keith MacLean, 
sailors. Some of these fellows appeared rocky on their feet, 
but Mary Russo, soda-jerker, said that she had served nothing 
stronger than ginger ale." 



"Blaekstone Office Staff Strikes for More Pay 

Employees of the Benjamin Blaekstone Life Insurance 
Company struck today. Mr. Blaekstone is not worried: he 
says, 'They'll be back tomorrow." The strikers are: Misses 
Rose Stroum, Frances Smith, Dorothy Handrahan, Helen 
Peirce, Ruth McEnaney, Catherine Maclnnis, Dorothy Evans, 
and Evelyn Chandler." 
"Marines Go South 



A special detachment of U. S. Marines was sent to protect 
U. S. citizens in Central America yesterday. The Marines in 
the detachment were: 

Gen. Edward Carruthers 

Maj. Gen. James Elkerton 

Brig. Gen. Austin Connors 

Col. Eldon Gray 

Maj. James Doyle 

Serg. Maj. Cedric Lamont 

Capt. Henry McNamara 



24 THE MIRROR 

1st. Lieut. Harry Greene 
2nd Lieut. Keith Wilson 
Top. Serg. James Plynn 
Serg. Angelo Taranto 
Serg. James Riley 
Corporal Paul Gustavson 
Corporal Frank Rizzo 
Corporal Charles Perro 
Corporal Albert Chavardoni 
Corporal Robert Marsh 
and High Private Herbert Estabrook of the rear rank." 

"Elwood Johnson, retired millionaire business man, an- 
nounced that his 'Keep Clean' campaign was gaining headway. 
Pie employs a large staff to collect statistics. Some of the dirt 
gatherers are: Misses Mary Powers, Frances Rice, Marie 
Rogers, Marian Salter, Barbara Gauthier, Dorothy Holmes, 
Lillian Johnson, and Mildred Tatelman. Miss Joyce Glenden- 
ning is writing poetic slogans for the campaign and Mr. Al- 
fred Hewey, well known sign painter, is donating posters." 

"How to Become Slender" 
By Eleanor Stewart 

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"Says Fortune Teller is a Fake. Wants Money Back. 

George Rosenburg brought suit against Miss Emily San- 
derson, fortune teller today, claiming she is a fraud and a fake. 
A year ago Miss Sanderson said he would be married within six 
months. He is still a bachelor." 

"Mr. James Woodside, builder of the Blackbird 24, has 
given a car to each member of his office staff. The lucky ones 
are: Misses Geraldine Campbell, Marie Casey, Enid Crellin, 
Patricia Lemon, Florence MacAlpine, Josephine Paolino, Lillas 
Mann, and Clare Golden." 



"Personals" 

"Mrs. Robert Seikel, the former Mildred Fox, of this city, 
entertained a group of old friends at her home in Wellesley, 



THE MIRROR 25 

where Professor Seikel is engaged as instructor of bicycling. 
The guests were: Mrs. John Francis Carroll, Jr., the former 
Elinor Nye, wife of the man who has convinced the world that 
'It Pays to Advertise'; Miss Barbara Barrows, president of the 
Waltham Woman's Republican Club; Miss Enid MacArthur, 
proprietress of the new Fairyland Bowling Alleys; Miss Vir- 
ginia Boucher, who has just returned from her third success- 
ful tour of the West, including her usual six weeks stay in 
Reno; and Mademoiselle Mildred Leugene Talbot, the famed 
designer of men's clothes, of Paris, London, and this city." 

"Miss Rebecca Krongard, famous violinist of this city, re- 
cently entertained Lawrence Gilligan, King of Abyssinia, and 
Prime Minister Tony Giralamo at the Royal Palace, which has 
been redecorated by Margaret Schaufus, assisted by Irene Cos- 
saboom and Grace Kennedy, and with mural paintings by Betty 
Burckes, Dorothy Hornbeck, and Charles Perelli. Modern 
plumbing has been installed in the palace by Robert McKenna 
&Co. 

"Mr. Robert Eichler, millionaire manufacturer of mouse 
traps, arrived here yesterday for a brief business trip. He had 
with him seven pretty secretaries. They are: Misses Mildred 
Glasgow, Evelyn Lundgren, Viola Augustin, Ruth Young, Mil- 
dred Trott, Johanna Stringillo, and Lucia Bach." 

"Miss Pauline Baine's famous Chesapeake Champion, 
Brownie, was missing for two hours from Baine Kennels yes- 
terday. He was returned by the garbage man, Harold Keeman." 

"Russell Furbush has been appointed official sandwich 
taster at Hotel Harrington by the proprietors, Elliot and Don- 
ald Harrington. They have recently engaged Miss Helen Ryan 
as a hostess. R,oger Schaller & Co. are building a new wing 
on to the hotel. George Payne is decorating the interior." 

"Professor Robert Johnson of Mass. Institute of Technol- 
ogy will speak on 'Electrons' at N. J. H. S. tomorrow evening." 

"Miss Charlotte Bell has patented a collapsible bicycle 
which she can carry in her car to ride home on in case of break- 
downs." 

"Miss Frances Allen, formerly of Waltham and Venice, has 
started a frog ranch down in Georgia." 



26 THE MIRROR 

"Evelyn Hurwitz struck gold in a Berlin beer merchant, 
mined it, and is home again." 

"Anna Thurston of this city is in China teaching the yel- 
low girls the game of baseball.' 5 

"Miss Dorothy Van der Wyk, writer of 'Just Boys' stories, 
has published a collection of them in book form. Joseph Ferro 
is the printer." 

"Mrs. Paul Persson, formerly Martha Dent, held a dinner 
party last night. Miss Caroline Delfino, recently returned from 
Hawaii, entertained with native dances." 

"Miss Helen Cataldo, winner of the Pulitzer History prize 
for 1940, entertained her old friends Marion Peredier, house- 
whole arts expert; Sara Pinkham, canning expert; and Alma 
Pontz, costume designer, yesterday at tea time." 

"Mrs. Mona Nugent Bonney, wife of Loen Bonney, the in- 
ventor arrived home from a tour of Europe yesterday. Bonney 
says she never interferes with his work." 

"Miss Isabel Hentz, mail order clerk at Sears, Roebuck & 
Co., is spending the week end in Roberts." 

"Miss Elinor Johnson, popular radio singer, known as 'The 
Weeping Canary', will sing at the South Junior High tonight." 

"Miss Helen Finnerty has resigned her position as secre- 
tary to John D. Rockefeller to go into the Motion Picture game. 
The old man was so broken up that he has had a statue of her 
placed in his office." 

"Mr. Robert Brown has been appointed to sit behind the 
information desk in the Chamber of Commerce." 

"Miss Edna Mudgett, dairy products queen, is spending 
the week end here." 

Mrs. Bertha Storer Leonard, wife of Mr. John Leonard, 
manager of the Old Howard Theatre, has returned with her 
three children, Bob, Bertha, and little Johnnie, Jr., from an ex- 
tensive tour of the world." 






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Selection 

March 

Address of Welcome 

Class History 

Class Ode 

Class Prophecy 

Class Will and Presentations 

March 

Planting of Ivy 



General Dancing 



RAM 



Orchestra 

Senior Class 

President Elwood Johnson 

Helen Cataldo 

Martha Vosburgh 

Irwin Smith 

Wendell Maher 

Senior Class 

President Elwood Johnson 

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Class Day Committee 
Harry Queen, Chairman 
Roy Bradley 
Adam Danosky 
Robert Eichler 
Elden Gray 
Eleanor Stewart 
Morrison Shirley 
Marion Hammond 

Faculty Advisory Committee 
Miss Burgess 
Miss Flagg 
Miss Ober 
Mr. Ward 




THE MIRROR 27 

"High School Notes" 

"Mr. Elmer Grinnell, history teacher for the 4th session, 
was absent today because of illness. Mr. Charles Brown, ac- 
counting teacher for the 1st session, took Mr. Grinnell's 
classes." 

"Mr. Tony Parello, history teacher for the 2nd session, 
will have charge of the baseball tea." 

"Miss Dorothy Haskell, famous bug trainer, gave an inter- 
esting talk on the 'Mannerisms of Bugs' at a crowded joint 
assembly of the two sophomore college divisions of the 1st ses- 
sion this morning." 

"Miss Dorothy Keyes, a school librarian for the 1st and 
2nd sessions, will be assisted by Miss Doris Hunt as typist." 

"Ruth Lowell, school nurse, will lecture on 'How to Keep 
that Schoolgirl Complexion' at 4th session assembly tomorrow." 

"Mr. Philip Cacciatore, famed salesman of Roy Bradley & 
Co., The Great Montreal Patent Medicines and Furniture Polish 
concern, spoke to the salesmanship class of the 3rd session 
yesterday." 



"EMBASSY THEATRE— Now Playing 

FAITH ARNOLD 

in 

'Beautiful but Dumb' 

with 

Wheeler Meyer and Wendell Maher 

also 

'BRONCHO BUSTERS' 

with 

William Eldridge and James Noonan 

Hear 
George Affleck, New England's hottest jazz organist, at the 

Embassy Console" 



28 THE MIRROR 

"CENTRAL SQUARE THEATRE 

CAROLYN HATCH 
in 
'Dancing Nights* 
with 
George Coleman and an all-star cast including Gertrude 
DeCoster, Dorothy Dunbrack, Myrtle Carlson, Nellie Floridia, 
Eleanor Sheehan, Mabel Stanley, Rose Bordino, Mildred Fin- 
ney, Stanley Anthony, Arthur Dewar, Arthur Hamill, and 

Theodore Kahn. 
A Blanche Hamill Production 

On The Same Bill 

The Ryan Twins, Harry and Albert, in 

'WHICH IS WHO?' " 



"AT THE WALTHAM 

'Ladies of the Court' 
Featuring: Constance Penkethman and Jesse Willis with 
Evelyn Noke, Werner Uhlin, Frana Packard, and Robert 

Modine. 

also 

'Untamed' 

Featuring Wild Bill Brady and Virginia Thomas with 

Marion Hammond and Helen Huckans. 

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TOTEM POLE 

This Week Only 

Harry Queen and His 20 Kings 

Featuring Gordon Morse — Cornet Soloist 

Fastest Music in America 

Irwin Smith, '31. 



THE MIRROR 



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BOYS 



29 



Name 


GEORGE G. AFFLECK 


STANLEY ANTHONY 


Nickname 


Bud 


Stan 


Ambition 


Organist 


To reach my destination 


Favorite Expression 


"Clevah" 


"Yuh"! 


Hobby 


Walking 


Sports 


Destination 


Future can tell 


California 


Name 


WILLIAM ATWOOD 


CLIVE AYLSWORTH 


Nickname 


Bill 


Steamboat 


Ambition 


To see a white blackbird 


Machinist 


Favorite Expression 


" %" 


"Oh! Oh!" 


Hobby 


Studying 


Women and guns 


Destination 


Hollywood 


Bemis Naval School 


Name 


BENJAMIN BLACKSTONE 


FRANCIS BIGGINS 


Nickname 


Ben 


Fran 


Ambition 


To travel 


3 quarts 


Favorite Expression 


"And how" 


"So's this" 


Hobby 


Horse back riding 


Out all night! 


Destination 


To work 


Leavenworth 


Name 


LEON C. BONNEY 


ROY BRADLEY 


Nickname 


L. C. 


Whitzel 


Ambition 


To own the world with a gold 
fence around it. 


To be a soda jerker 


Favorite Expression 


"What's loose" 


"Take it off" 


Hobby 


Modelmaking 


Music 


Destination 


To the top by a round-about 
route. 


College of Pharmacy 


Name 


WILLIAM BRADY 


ROBERT BROWN 


Nickname 


Bill 


Bob 


Ambition 


To join the navy 


To be always right 


Favorite Expression 


"Aw Gee" 




Hobby 


Sports 


Travel 


Destination 


School (eventually) 


Heaven 


Name 


CHARLES W. BROWNE 


GEORGE BURGESS 


Nickname 


Buster 


Chizzy 


Ambition 


History or Accounting Teacher 


Go to Chicago 


Favorite Expression 


"Did I say no*?' 8 


"Well you Son-of-a — " 


Hobby 


Golfing 


Running out of gas 


Destination 


Robbins Street 


Sing Sing 


Name 


PHILIP F. CACCIATORE 


JOHN F. CARROLL, JR. 


Nickname 


Cats 


Skip Radio 


Ambition 


Salesman or Accountant 


To be a Gigilo 


Favorite Expression 


"Hey! Stuck-up" 


"Hi Pal" 


Hobby 


Flivvers 


Coming in early — early in 
morning 


Destination 


Boston University 


Sing Sing 


Name 


EDWARD CARRUTHERS 


KENNETH CASS 


Nickname 


Eddy 


Ken 


Ambition 


None 


To be an amateur broadcaster 


Favorite Expression 


"Oh ya" 


"O. K." 


Hobby 


Everything 


Radios 


Destination 


None 


Mass. Radio School 


Name 


JAMES CASELLA 


ARTHUR CHIASSON 


Nickname 


Jim 


Art 


Ambition 


Build an aeroplane with a Ford 
motor 


Aviator 


Favorite Expression 




"Hello Santa Claus" 


Hobby 




Woods explorer 


Destination 


World tour 





30 



THE MIRROR 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



KENNETH L. CLAPP 

Ken — Messor — Bugger 

To know what I want to do 

"Ain't that sumptin" 

Stamps and coins 

Remains to be seen 



WILLIAM J. CLARK 

Bill 

Loaf 

Corner Pocket 

Shooting pool 

Sing Sing 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



GEORGE COLARULLO 

Curs 

Pharmacist 

"What have we got for soles" 

Golf 

Who cares 



JOHN CONNERNEY 

Binks 

To fly a kite 

"Let George do it" 

Catching flies 

Girls Boarding School 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



AUSTIN M. CONNORS 
Rusty 

$75.00 or nothing 
"Hey-Ditsy" 
Sports 
Printing 



ALTON CURRIN 

Al 

President 

"Scram" 

Doing home work in class 

White House 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



GEORGE A. COLEMAN 

Anything but "Shortie" 
To water the flowers in front of 
the new Senior High School 
"Eight ball in the corner" 
Kissing the Algebra book 
Southern California 



ADAM DANOSKY 

Ski 

Superintendent of W. H. S. 

"Hi Pal- 
Sleeping mornings 
Where the gang goes 



Name RICHARD DE COSTE 

Nickname Dick 

Ambition To give Miss Roc. a harsh lecture 

Favorite Expression "Now you take Abassynia" 

Hobby Bicycling 

Destination State Hospital 



RICHARD W. DORRINGTON 

Dick 

To see Mars 

"Jumping Catfish" 

Magic 

Place of Eternal Blazes 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



JAMES H. DOYLE 
Jimmy , 
A carpenter 
"Hi-Kid- 
Walking — Track 



ARTHUR DEWAR 

Art 

To be Mayor of Waltham 

"Hi-Kid" 

Golf 

With the gang 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



PAUL DURKIN 

Durg 

To carry on 

"Hi-Kid" 

Golf 

Bowdoin 

ROBERT EICHLER 

The Baron 

A millionaire 

"You know what I mean" 

Photography 

Harvard 

ELKERTON 

Bill 

Driving up Main Street 

"Hi-Elida" 

Parking 

Bemis 

HERBERT L. ESTABROOK 

Esty 

Commercial Artist 

"Blirk" 

Archery 

Some Art School 



WARREN EATON 

To be in a Ford 
"Hey, you dumb fool" 
Loaf 
Manomet 

WILLIAM ELDRIDGE 

Bill 

To be able to ride horseback 

"Whoa" 

Horses 

Dartmouth 

ARTHUR ERICKSON 

Eric * 

Travel 

"Darn it" 

Motoring 

Hard to tell 

ARTHUR FARNSWORTH 

Arts 

To travel 

"Righto" 

Coins 

Ireland 



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31 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



FRANK FARRAR 

Mouse 

Telegraph Operator 

"Naw ! " 

Radio 

M. I. T.t 



CHARLES FERRO 

Dancing Barber 

None 

"Go jump in a lake" 

Cars 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 
Destination 



JOSEPH FERRO 

Joe 

To be a millionaire 

"What would you do if you were 

as smart as me?" 
Girls 
World tour 



HARRY A. FISHER 

Captain 

Principal of Waltham High 

"Gotta Butt" 

Looking for Greig 
Any place 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



JOHN R. FITZGERALD 

Sonny 

To be a heart breaker 

"Well, well, well" 

Rumble seats 

China 



ARTHUR M. FLINT 
Hotcake 
Oh! Perhaps 
"B. O." 

Reading 
Seven Seas 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



JAMES FLYNN 

Jimmie 

To teach school 

"How about it?" 

Afternoon sessions 

Not work — anyway 



RUSSELL FURBUSH 

Bush 

Athletic coach 

"Got a butt" 

Eating 

Harvard 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



LAWRENCE GILLIGAN 

Gill 

Have a good time 

"What's it to ya?" 

Bed! ! 

No one knows 



ANTHONY GIRALAMO 

Tony 

It's a secret 

"If I don't somebody else will' 

Gardening 

No Man's Land 



Name 

Nickname 

A mbition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ELDEN B. GRAY 

El 

Typographic Layout man 

< < i * t * ' ' 

Drawing 

Art School, Printing World 

WILLIAM GREIG 

Bill 

To be Mayor 

"Eat it" 
Sleeping 
Any place 

PAUL GUSTAVSON 

Gus 

Carpenter 

"I'll be seeing ya" 

Baseball 



ARTHUR HAMILL 

Tippy 

Tramp 

"Let 'er lay" 

Riding in the moonlight 

Bedford 

ELLIOT H. HARRINGTON 

None 

Hotel Management 

"What!" 

Getting D's 

Proctor Academy 



HARRY B. GREENE 

Pinky 

Building Contractor 

"Oh" 

Motorboat racing 



ELMER GRINNELL 

Grinny 

To teach Miss Rockwood's chil- 
dren 
"You little devil" 
Walking my baby back home 
Fitchburg Normal 

FRED M. HAGGARTY 

Jeb 

Horse doctor 

"As usual my luck" 

Collecting Mack Trucks 

Pensacola, Fla. 

DONALD HARRINGTON 
Don 

To raise a family 
"Tweet-tweet" 
Racing Warren 
Antioch 

ALFRED A. HEWEY 

Al 

Loving the wimen 
"Hello handsome" 
Sign painting 
Poor farm 



32 



THE MIRROR 



Name 

Nickname 

A mbition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 



Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

A mbition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



DOUGLAS HOGAN 

Deacon 

None 

"Fore" 

Golf 

W. G. C. 

WILLARD JACKSON 

Bill 

To be a reporter 

"Ooscray" 

To runaway 

Burkettville, Maine 

KNUTE R. JOHNSON 

Fish 

Sports 

"Yea, Eat it" 

Football 



FREDRICK JUDD 

Butter 

To join the Braves 
"Of course" 
Cross-word puzzles 

Bemis 

HAROLD KEEMAN 



Prize fighter 
"I'm sorry" 
Driving 
Park Avenue 

CEDRIC LAMONT 
K. O. 

Sports — Carpenter 
"Eat it" 
Baseball 



JOSEPH LE BRUN 

Sonny 

To be in at 10 minutes to 9 

"What's the racket!" 

Out nights 

Lynn every week-end 



ROBERT HUNT 

Blubber 

Ride in rumble seat 

"Bush-wa" 

Eating Ice Cream 

Pensacola, Florida 

ELWOOD G. JOHNSON 

Johnny 

Engineer 

"Ja" 

Walking 

Worcester Poly-Tech. 

ROBERT JOHNSON 

Bob 

To be a chemist 

"Oh! Yeah" 

Gun Brig. 

THEODORE C. KAHN 

Ted 

Sh, sh, here comes Brutus! 

"What day is today?" 

Mineralogy (and the study of 

other things that don't break 

when dropped) 
As far as the train goes 

KENNETH LARSEN 

Ken 

Registered Pharmacist 

"So what?" 

Philately 

Mass. College of Pharmacy 

AXEL GUSTAV LARSON 

Gus 

To graduate 

"Oh, Yeah!" 

Hockey — Golf — Fishing 

Some College 

JOHN LEONARD 

Johnnie 

7 all-day parties a week 
"I'll bet you're a sissy" 
Going to school 
Heaven or X 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



KEITH MACLEAN 

Speed 
Hobo 

Dodging work 
Poor house 



WENDELL MAHER 

None 

Write a book 
"Bye bye" 
Amateur acting 
Antioch College 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



SAM ALFRED MARCOU 

Sody 

None 

"Don't get sore" 

Playing house 

Sleep 



ROBERT STILLMAN MARSH 

Bobby 

To be a Fairy like Keeman 
"Applesauce" * 

Collecting famous maxims 
B. U. 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



FRANCIS McIVOR 

Scotchie 

Chief Bootlegger 

"Gotta Butt" 
Sleeping 
Any Place 



HENRY McNAMARA 

Henie 

To live to see the new High 

School 
"You and me both" 
Playing checkers 
Water Basin 



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Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ROBERT McKENNA 
Bob 

Street Cleaner 
"No kiddin" 
Jumping in the lake 
Waverley 



GUY WHEELER MEYER 

Jeff 

To fight Camera 

"You're wanted" 

Acting 

Harvard College 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ROBERT MICKALSEN 
Mike 



"Yeah" 

Sleep 

Dear Old Oxford 



ROBERT MODINE 

Moe 

Notorious Racketeer 

"How Come?" 

Auto racing 

Chicago 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



HOWARD R. MORASH 

Tom 

Electrical Engineer 

"See you later" 

Radio 

M. I. T. 



GORDON A. MORSE 



Engineer 

"You don't say' 

Basketball 

Northeastern 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



JAMES F. NOONAN 

Jimmy 

England 

"What's for French today?' 

Horseback riding with bill 

College 



WILLIAM ORPIN 

Wee Willie 

Tramp 

"Get out" 

Dodging Mr. Hodge 

Anywhere from W. H. S. 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



TONY PARELLO 

Primo Camera 
History teacher 
"You're different" 
Playing baseball 
Keene Normal 



FREEMAN E. PATTERSON 

Pat 

Dog catcher 
"You're cracked" 
Smelling salts 
Atlantic City 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



GEORGE PAYNE 

Chief 

Commercial Artist or Accountant 

"You think so?" 

Pee Wee Golf, Driving 

Hades 



CHARLES PERILLI 

Pepper 

Mayor of Chicago 

"Get out'r here" 

Racketeer 

Mt. Auburn 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



PAUL H. PERSSON 

Paulie 

To reach my destination 

"Otherwise" 

Ping Pong 

Montreal 



HARRY V. QUEEN 

Queenie 

Collecting instruments 

"You know" 

Miniature Golf 

Paul Whiteman's orchestra 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



EDWARD REGAN 

Coach 

Aviation 

"Got your French done' 

Aeroplanes 

Water Basin 

M. ROBICHAUD 
Robie 

Chief of Police 
"Gotta Butt" 
Farming 
Old Howard 

ALBERT RYAN 

Al 

To be a safe cracker 
"O Yeah" 
Breaking rocks 
Sing Sing College 



FRANK RIZZO, JR. 
Ditsy 

To run Capone out of business 

"Hey-Rusty" 

Sports 

Printing 

GEORGE ROSENBURG 

Rosie 

To be an editor 

"What's the scandal" 

Tennis 

Boston University 

HENRY RYAN 



None 

"Sez you" 
Nothing much 
Who knows 



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Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ROGER SCHALLER 
Roge 

None 

"Sez you" 
Hunting — Fishing 
Auto 



ROBERT W. SEIKLE 
Bob 

Engineer 



Collecting old coins 
Tilton Academy 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MORRISON P. SHIRLEY 

Butch 

To write a book 

"Abyssinia" 

College Boards 

Ragged Mountain 



IRWIN SMITH 

Win 

To shoot a lion 

"Yes" 

Day dreams 

Rather uncertain 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ANGELO A. TARANTO 

Cherie 

To corrupt politics 

"Wana come" 

Laughing 

Any where 



WERNER R. UHLIN, JR. 



Accountant 



Boston University 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



JESSE WILLIS 
Jess 

An "A" in English 
"Got an Eraser" 
Railroads 
Northeastern 



KEITH WILSON 

Red 

Be a Bum 

"Hi" 

Sleeping 
Any place 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



THERON WILSON 

Ambitious 

Farmer 

"That's too bad" 

Coins 

Unknown 



JAMES WOODSIDE 

Woodie 

To put J. S. Viles on the spot 

* ! ? o t (Unprintable) 

Racing 

West of the Carbarns 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



BENJAMIN WEINSTEIN 

Ben 

Chasing blonds 

"Benny sent me" 

Killing time 

King's County, New York 



(girls 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination, 



FRANCES ALLEN 

Pemienondus or Pem 
Sweep streets in Venice 
"Hah?" 

Being nursemaid to frogs in Bos- 
ton Frog Pond 
Lord knows ! 



OLGA ANDERSON 
Odda 

To be a private secretary. 

"Horsefeathers" 

Traveling 

Chicago, Illinois 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



FAITH ARNOLD 
Dumbness 

To be a second Maud Adams 
"Nitwit!" 
Driving a Nash 
Middlebury College 



VIOLA AUGUSTIN 
Vi 

Excellent Stenographer * 

"Oh Yeah" 

To collect odds and ends 

California 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



LUCIA BACK 
Cita 

Chemist 

"How do you spell it?" 

Reading 



PAULINE F. BAINE 

Polly 

To get there 

"If you so insist — " 

Making something 
The unknown 



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35 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



BARBARA BARROW 
B 

Private Secretary 
"How's for — " 
Sailing 
Catherine Gibbs 



CHARLOTTE E. BELL 

Sho 

A one-room schoolhouse out West 

"Oh, dear!" 

Making the buggy perk 

Connecticut College 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ROSE BORDINO 

Bud 

Work for broker or lawyer 

"You don't say" 

Reading 

Travel 



VIRGINIA BOUCHER 

Jim 

Go find the lost chord 

"Hi Kid!" 

To go places and do things 

Europe 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



BERNICE ALICE BOWLEY 
Bee 

School-marm 
"Christmas" 
Playing the Piano 
Perry Normal 



MARGARET BOWMAN 
Peg 

Nurse 

"What have you?" 

Traveling 

California 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MARIE BRESNAHAN 
Ree 

Teacher 

"For Heaven's sake!" 
Horseback Riding 
Normal School 



ELEANOR BROWN 

El 

School-ma'am 
"Where's Gert?" 
Working in the 5 and 10 
Framingham Normal 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ELIZABETH BURCKES 
Betty 

To study Art in Paris 
"It's a howl!" 
Arguing with Helen 
Mass. School of Art 



IRENE BURKE 

Burkie 

Travel 

"Oh, for goodness sakes! 1 

Studying foreign people 

India 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



VIRGINIA BUSH 

Gin 

Pick oranges in California 

"I'm laughing" 

Dogs 

California 



GERALDINE CAMPBELL 

Deane 

A Packard roadster 

"Oh-Hoo" 

Riding in Pierce Arrows 

A trip abroad 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MYRTLE CARLSON 

Sis 

Staying in nights 

"Hey Greenie" 

Dancing 

I ask you? 

HELEN CATALDO 



To find Sir Lancelot 

"Help" 
Finding pins 
Radcliffe 

ROZILLA S. CHASE 

Rozie 

To get to New York sometime 

"Y'understand — or I imagine" 

Pictures of Norma Shearer 

Ask mother. She knows 

ENID CRELLIN 

Ned 

To see the world 

"Oh-oh" 

Reading 

Prince Edward Island 



MARIE CASEY 

Boots 

To see the world 

"Yuh!" 

Chewing gum 

Ireland 

EVELYN CHANDLER 

Evie 

Marry an employee of Edison 

Electric Light 
"I want my muggins" 
Skipping gym 
Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

IRENE ROSE COSSABOOM 

Tot 

Artist 

"Is that so?" 

Sports 

I don't know 

GERTRUDE DE COSTER 
Gert 

Nurse 

"Oh! Darn!" 

Riding in the New Fords 

Some Hospital 



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Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MARTHA DENT 



A good position 
"O. K." 



Who'd like to know? 



CAROLINE DELFINO 

Lem — Lena 

To write a book — "Reveries of an 

Old Maid" 
"Tell it to the Marines" 
Telling jokes 
Honolulu and Hawaii 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



DOROTHY DUNBRACK 
Dot 

Milking cows that don't kick 
"That's what's the matter there' 
Riding in a Baby Austin 
Simmons 



DOROTHY MAE EVANS 

Dot 

A nurse 

"For Heaven's sake" 

Going to the Dentist 

Superintendent 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



HELEN FINNERTY 
Tee — Hella 
Rockefeller's secretary 
"Oh, don't be a clown!" 
Skipping gutters 
Rockefeller's mansion 



MILDRED FINNEY 

Billie 

To take a trip 

"Oh, really" 

Dancing 

Far as possible 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 
Hobby 

Destination 



NELLIE FLORIDIA 

Nellie was a lady 

To find some use for my hope 
chest 

"Gee whiz" 

Looking up words in the dic- 
tionary 

Atherton Hall 



MILDRED FOX 

Foxie — Millie 
Dramatics 

"More darn fun!" 
Dancing 

Hollywood 






Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



LOUISE FYNN 

Cooky 

Travel 

"Oh Yeah" 

Walking around W. H. S. 

Hollywood or bust 



MARGARET GALLIGAN 

Miggie 

, To stop laughing 
"Step on it" 
Selling curtains 
Here and there 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



BARBARA GAUTHIER 

Bee — Barbs 

To be mentally, a second Edna 

Wallace Hopper 
"Oowee! oowee! oowee!" 
Eating 
Bates College 



CHARLOTTE ANN GIBBS 

Charlie 
Kindergarten teacher 

"Land-a-goodness ! " 

Speed boating 

Perry Kindergarten Normal 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MILDRED IRENE GLASGOW 

Diddy— Milly 

To take dictation at 1 :20 W.P.M. 

"Gonna eat" 
Tennis 
Somebody's office 



JOYCE M. GLENDENING 

Joycie 

To get 100 per cent in transcrip- 
tion 
"Oh peaches" 
Reading 
That's a secret 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



CLARE GOLDEN 

Goldy 

Dancing at a night club 

"Go lose yourself" 

Dancing 

Paris 



JOSEPHINE GRACEFFA 

Joe 

To be a good teacher 

"Good night!" * 

Reading 

Framingham Normal 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ELIN D. GUSTAVSON 

Gus 

Hairdresser 

"Oh really?" 

Traveling 

Europe 



BLANCHE HAMILL 

Bud 

To coach plays 

"Hy pal!" 

Dancing 

Universal Production Co. 



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37 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MARION S. HAMMOND 

Nips 

Rich man's stenographer 

"Shoot!" 

Traveling 

Europe 



DOROTHY R. HANDRAHAN 

Dot 

To be a successful woman 

"Or somethin* " 

Dancing 

Undecided 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MARGAT HANSELPACKER 
Peggy 

Teacher 



Kindergarten Training School 



GERTRUDE HARRINGTON 

Gert 

Teach "El" to roll her R*s 

"I don't believe it" 

Athletics 

Framingham Normal 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MILDRED HARRINGTON 

Millie 

Keep house 

"Stop!" 

Playing pool 

Waltham Training School 



DOROTHY HASKELL 

Dot 

Teach Geology 

"Golly" 

Training bugs 

Heaven 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 
Destination 



CAROLYN HATCH 

Cal— Kelly 

Take care of little babies. Travel 

"There is a difference" or "You'd 

be surprised" 
Archery — Dancing 
School of Practical Arts 



ISARELLE HENTZ 
Issy 

Nurse 

"No kidding" 

Take care of children 
Waltham Training School 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



DOROTHY HOLMES 

Dot 

Fall in love 

"I'm crasy about him" 



Senior High School 



DOROTHY HORNBECK 

Dot 

To be an artist 

"Glorianna!" 

Make fudge 

Mass. School of Art 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



HELENE F. HUCKANS 

Skeeter 

To be a 2nd Helen Wills 

"Let's go Native" 

Tennis 

Unknown 



DORIS HUNT 

Dodo 

To travel 

"Oh-Oh!" 

Reading 

England 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

A mbition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



EVELYN A. HURWITZ 

Bingo 

Tall men 

"Oh, Doctor!" 

Gold digging 

Undecided 

DOROTHY JACOBS 

Dot 

To travel 

"Oh, really!" 

Tennis 

Heaven 

LILLIAN JOHNSON 

Lillums 

To be a reporter 

"Scram" 

Reading 

Denver, Colorado 

MARGUERITE JONES 

Red — Marg — Jonsey 

To travel 

"Oh! Oh!" 

Dancing 

Bermuda 



MARTHA ISAACSON 

Ike 

To be a good nurse 

"Oh! golly gosh" 

Miniature golf 

Waltham Training School 

ELINOR JOHNSON 

El 

Radio singer 

"Steady Eddie" 

Rattling the old key board 

Station Turn— O.F.F. 

GLADYS E. JONES 

Jonesie 

To fly 

"See if I care" 

Killing time 

Frap's camp 

GRACE KENNEDY 

Blue-eyes 

To do it well 

"You don't mean it!" 

Working 

Europe 



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Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


DOROTHY KEYES 

Dot 

Librarian 

"Don't be crazy" 

Driving 

Beyond the blue seas 


REBECCA KRONGARD 
Re 

Composer of music 
"Come again" 
Counting sheep 
Europe 


Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


PATRICIA LEMON 

Pat 

To be successful 

"And how!" 

Dancing 

Goodness No's where 


RUTHE LOWELL 

Billy 

Nurse 

"Oh I guess I won't" 

Canoeing 

Cambridge Hospital 


Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


EVELYN LUNDGREN 

Evie 

To stop eating 

"Wait a minute" 

Sports 

Someone's office? 


FLORENCE MACALPINE 

Flo 

Nursing 

"Don't be like that" 

Reading 

Inglewood, N. J. 


Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


ENID L. MACARTHUR 

Ned 

Life of luxury 

"Last but not least" 

Bowling 

Lincoln Stores 


CATHERINE MAGINNIS 
Mac 

Business woman 
"Why" 

Flying 

In the clouds 


Name 

Nickname 
Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


LILLAS MANN 

Lil 

To live in the house of seven 

gables 
"Aw heck" 
Sports — Hockey 
I ask you? 


RUTH McENANY 
Ruthie 
Travel 

"You nut" 
Miniature golf 
Work 


Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


CHARLOTTE P. MCLEOD 

Chy 

Teaching 
"Woof!" 
Driving 
Who knows ? 


EDNA MUDGETT 

Smudge 

Get my license 

"Good night! !" 

Driving 

Great open spaces of N. H. 


Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


MONA NUGENT 


EVELYN NOKE 

Ev 

To succeed 

"Sweet Dick" 

Flying 

Heaven 


To travel 

"Darling! " 

Handkerchiefs 

Beyond the blue horizon 


Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


ELINOR M. NYE 

El 

To succeed 

"Aw G" 

Dancing 

t 


DOROTHY O'MALLEY 

Dot 

To be an aviatrix 
"How savage" 
Reading 
Boston Air Port 


Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


FRANA A. PACKARD 

Frap 

Nursing 

"Where's Jonesie?" 

Swinging in a hammock 

Cambridge Mr. Auburn Hospital 


JOSEPHINE PAOLINO 

Joe 

To get a position 

"You can't help it" 

Hiking 

Cold hard world 


Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 


HELEN PEIRCE 

Happy 

To fly (in an airplane) 

"Oh, gosh!" 

Swimming 

Some old school! 


CONNIE PENKETHMAN 

Bumps 

Join the navy and see the world 

"Don't be a foolish" 

Afternoon sessions 

Bemis 



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39 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MARION R. PERIDIER 

Perry 

To marry a millionaire 

"Innocence is bliss" 

Getting out of housework 

Boston University S. L. A. 



SARA S. PINKHAM 

Sally 

Laboratory assistant 

"Hake Diste" 

Collecting pictures of famous 

men 
Radcliffe 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



ALMA E. PONTZ 

Aep — Imbecile 

Switzerland, "To be a detecka- 

tive" 
"You wouldn't kid me!" 
Eating 
Chandler School 



MARY MADELINE POWERS 

Chubby 

To succeed in the business world 

"Oh, yeah; sez you!" 

Sports — Travel 

Santa Barbara, California 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



FRANCES RICE 

Fran 

To buy an Austin 



Reading mysteries 
Europe 



MARIE A. ROGERS 

Dash 

To be somebody's stenog. 

"I'll bite" 

Driving a Ford Roadster 

40 Central St., Boston 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MARY RUSSO 

Rusty 

Teacher 

"M-m really!" 

Soda-jerker 

Framingham Normal 



HELEN L. RYAN 



To be up in the world 

"I dun'no, what do you think?" 

Dancing 

Who knows 1 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 

Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



MARION SALTER 

Salt 

To travel 

"Sugar" 

Reading 

Washington 

MARGARET SCHAUFUS 
Miggie — Marge 
Interior decorator 
"Really" 

Reading 

54 Dale Street 

ELEANOR SHEEHAN 

Lulla 

Europe 

"Gee, I don't know" 

Miniature golf 

Mars 

FRANCES HELEN SMITH 

Smitty 

To be an excellent stenographer 

and pianist 
"Oh yea!" 
Playing the piano 
To attain a good position 

MABEL STANLEY 
Maybe 

Someone's stenog. 
"Oh, oh" 
Tennis 
Who cares 

BERTHA E. STORER 
Bert 

To weigh 110 ? ? 
"It's kinda cute" 
Tennis 
Nobody knows 



EMILY SANDERSON 

Ducky 

Travel 

"Dum spiro spero" 

Fortune telling 

California 

LOIS SEESTED 

Lolo 

Private secretary 

"Wait a minute" 

Music — Eating 

Somebody's office 

ESTHER J. SILVER 

Jackie 

To get a rich man 

"Tonight maybe" 

With doughnuts 

B. U. or Sargents 

HAZEL VIRGINIA SPRAGUE 

Clara 

To take a ride in a plane 

"Nice baby" 
Drawing Clara Bow 
Miami, Florida 

ELEANOR STEWART 

Buddy 
To dine? ? 
"Oh Gee Whizz" 
Driving a flivver 

C. W. B. 

JOHANNA L. STRINGILLO 

Jo 

Typist 

"Toodle-oo" 

Dancing 

Someone's office 



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THE MIRROR 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 
Destination 



ROSE STROUM 

Strem 

Lay the corner stone of the new 

Waltham High School 
"Is that nice?" 
Collecting class pictures 
Saskatchewan 



LEUGENE TALBOT 

Gene 
Stylist 

"Not really!" 

Dancing 

White's Dept. Store 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



HELENA M. TALETOWICZ 



Private secretary 

"Really!" 

Dancing 

Cruise around the world 



VIRGINIA THOMAS 
Gin — Moron 
To play football 
"Giminee crickets!" 
Making fudge 
Greenwich Village 



MILDRED TATELMAN 

Millie 

Reaching for the moon 

"It pays to advertise" 

City lights 

Over the hill 



ANNA R. THURSTON 

Topsy 

A good job 

"Say, what is this?" 

Baseball 

See "Prophecy" 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



DOROTHY M. TORTOLA 
Dot 

Nurse 

"Hello Pal" 

Golf 

Waltham Training School 



MILDRED TROTT 

Milly 
Office work 



Music 
Unknown 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



DOROTHY VANDERWYK 

Dot 

To be somebody's secretary 

"That's a help" 

Tennis 

The White House 



MARTHA VOSBURGH 

Toots — Mardie 

To write stories 

"Fishes" 

Music 

B. U. School of Journalism 



Name 

Nickname 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Ambition 

Destination 



ELEANOR WEAVER 

El 

To succeed 

"You're a big shot!" 

Flying 

Mars 



BEULAH WEYMOUTH 

Bibsey 

Visit England 

"You bet" 

Reading 

California 



Name 

Nickname 

Ambition 

Favorite Expression 

Hobby 

Destination 



RUTH YOUNG 

Rufus 

To succeed 

"Yes?" 

Reading 

Business office 



THE MIRROR 



GIRLS 



OLGA ANDERSON 

Commercial Club, 2, 3 ; Bowl- 
ing, 3. 



FAITH ARNOLD 

Dramatic Club, 2, 3 ; Candy 
Girl at Senior Play, 3 ; 
Football Usher, 3 ; Moni- 
tor, 2, 3 ; Room Reporter, 
3 ; Dramatic Club Play, 
"Tommy", 3 ; Senior Bas- 
ketball Team, 3. 



VIOLA AUGUSTIN 

Commercial Club, 3 ; Dra- 
matic Club, 3. 



LUCIA BACK 
Dramatic Club, 3 ; W. H. S. 
Orchestra, 3. 

PAULINE F. BAINE 

Monitor, 3 ; Literary Staff of 
"Mirror", 3. 

BARBARA BARROW 

"Mirror" 1 ; Social Commit- 
tee, 1, 2, 3; Chairman of 
Dramatic Club Social, 
Candy Girl for Senior 
Play, Football Usher, 2, 
3; Chorus of "Ivan the 
Terrible", 1. 



CHARLOTTE E. BELL 

Dramatic Club, 2, 3 ; Pres. of 
Dramatic Club, 3; Vice- 
Pres. of Class, 3 ; Junior 
Prom. Committee, 2 ; So- 
cial Committee, 1, 2, 3 ; 
Candy Girl at Senior 
Play 3; Football Usher, 
3 ; Monitor, 2, 3 ; Literary 
Editor, "Mirror", 2, 3; 
Red Cross Committee, 
Dramatic Club Play, 3. 

ROSE M. BORDINO 
Member of Commercial Club, 
3. 



VIRGINIA BOUCHER 

Sec.-Treas., 1 ; Orchestra, 1, 
2, 3 ; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee, 2; Football Usher, 
Dramatic Club Member, 
Chairman of Costume 
Committee, Dramatic Club 
Play, Chairman of Cos- 
tume Social Dramatic 
Club Play, Chairman 
Candy Com., Senior Play, 
3 ; Class Gym Captain. 



BERNICE A BOWLEY 
Ivan the Terrible, 1. 

MARGARET BOWMAN 

Commercial Club, 3. 

MARIE BRESNAHAN 

Operetta, "Ivan the Terri- 
ble", 1. 



BETTY BURCKES 
Hockey (Field) 1, 2, 3; Base- 
ball, 3. E 

IRENE I. BURKE 

Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball, 1, 2, 3; Assembly 
Committee of Commercial 
Club, 3; Football Usher, 
3. 



VIRGINIA BUSH 

G. A. A., 1 ; Football Usher, 
2 ; Basketball, 2 ; Tennis, 
2, 3 ; Bowling, 2 ; Gym. 
Captain. 



MARIE CASEY 

Hockey, 1; Basketball, 1, 2; 
Baseball, 1, 2, 3; "Ivan 
the Terrible", 1 ; Bowl- 
ing, 2; Volley Ball, 2; 
Commercial Club, 3. 



ROZILLA CHASE 

Baseball, 1 ; Orchestra, 1, 2, 
3 ; Capt. of Gym Team, 
3; "Mirror" Staff, 3. 

IRENE R. COSSABOOM 

Room Reporter for the "Mir- 
ror", 3. 



ENID CRELLIN 

Member of Commercial Club. 



MARTHA DENT 

Junior Business Club, 2 ; 
Went on several trips 
with Miss Rigby in con- 
nection with our Business 
Organization, 2 ; Senior 
Dance Committee, 3 ; Com- 
mercial Club, 3. 



DOROTHY MAE EVANS 
On the Decorating Committee 

for the Senior Dance, 3 ; 

Dramatic Club, 3. 



NELLIE FLORIDIA 

Basketball, 1. 

MILDRED L. FOX 

Chairman of Sophomore So- 
cial, 1 ; Social Committee, 

1, 2, 3; Field Hockey, 1, 

2, 3; Capt. Field Hockey, 
2; Varsity Capt. Field 
Hockey, 3; Basketball, 1, 
2, 3; Gym Meet, 1, 2; 
V-Pres. Junior Yr., Jun- 
ior Prom, Dramatic Club, 
2, 3; Football Usher, 2, 
3; "Mirror", 1, 2, 3; 
Senior Play, 3 ; Picture 
Committee, 3 ; "Giver of 
Gifts" at Class Day, 3. 

MARGARET GALLIGAN 

Hockey, 1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2 
Bowling, 2; Operetta, 1 
Commercial Club, 3 
Member of Assembly 
Committee. 



BARBARA GAUTHIER 

Operetta, 1 ; Bowling, 2 ; Lit- 
erary Editor of "Mirror", 
2, 3; Football Usher, 3; 
Basketball, 3 ; Candy 
Girl at Senior Play, 3. 

CHARLOTTE GIBBS 
Operetta, "Ivan the Terri- 
ble", 1. 



MILDRED GLASGOW 

Field Hockey Varsity, 1, 2, 
3 ; Basketball Varsity, 3 
Bowling Varsity, 2, 3 
Tennis Tournament 
Alumni Committee Com 
mercial Club, Football 
Usher, Monitor. 



JOYCE M. 

GLENDENNING 

Literary Editor of "Mirror", 
2, 3; Commercial Club, 3; 
Social Service Committee, 
3. 



JOSEPHINE GRACEFFA 
Chorus of Operetta, 1 ; Bas- 
ketball, 1, 2; Tennis, 1. 



ELIN GUSTAVSON 

Commercial Club, 3; Bowl- 
ing, 3 ; Chorus of "Ivan 
the Terrible", 1. 



42 



THE MIRROR 



BLANCHE HAMILL 

Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3; 
Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 
3; Track Meet, 1, 2, 3; 
Winning Class Hockey 
Team, 3 ; Varsity Hockey 
Squad, 3 ; Varsity Hock- 
ey 1st Team, 3 ; Home 
Room Basketball, 3 ; Win- 
ning Class Basketball 
Team, 3 ; Dramatic Club 
Plays, 2 ; Representative 
Speaker for Home Eco- 
nomic Course at North 
and South Junior Highs, 
3. 



MARION HAMMOND 

"Ivan the Terrible", 1 ; Chair- 
man of Junior Prom, 2 ; 
Basketball, 2, 3 ; Bowling, 
2, 3; Chairman of Dra- 
matic Club Dance, 3 ; En- 
tertainment Committee for 
Commercial Club, 3 ; 
Football Usher, 3; Class 
Day Committee, 3. 



DOROTHY HANDRAHAN 

Commercial Club, 3 ; Dramat- 
ic Club, 2, 3; Candy Girl, 
Senior Play, 3 ; Chairman 
Candy Committee, Dra- 
matic Club Play, 3; Foot- 
ball Usher, 2, 3; Enter- 
tainment Committee, Com- 
mercial Club, 3. 



GERTRUDE J. 
HARRINGTON 

Class Basketball, 1, 2; Class 
Hockey, 1, 3; Varsity 
Hockey, 1, 3; Gym Meet, 
3. 



MILDRED HARRINGTON 

Dramatic Club, 3. 

DOROTHY HASKELL 

Basketball, 3 ; Senior Play 
Committee, 3. 

CAROLYN HATCH 

Archery, 2, 3 ; Senior Class 
Play, 3. 

DOROTHY HOLMES 
Dramatic Club, 2 ; Commer- 
cial Club, 3. 

DOROTHY HORNBECK 
Operetta, "Ivan the Terri- 
ble", 1 ; "Mirror" Staff, 
3 ; Senior Play, 3. 

DORIS HUNT 

Operetta, 1 ; Bowling, 2 ; 
Commercial Club, 3 ; As- 
sembly Committee, 3. 



HELENE F. HUCKANS 

Associate Member of Commer- 
cial Club, 2 ; Tennis 
Tournament, 2; Basket- 
ball, 2; Football Usher, 
3 ; Secretary of Commer- 
cial Club, 3. 

DOROTHY JACOBS 

"Ivan the Terrible", 1 ; Field 
Hockey, 1 ; Basketball, 1 ; 
Bowling, 2 ; Secretary of 
Commercial Club, 3; So- 
cial Service Committee, 
3. 

LILLIAN E. JOHNSON 

Commercial Club, 3. 

DOROTHY KEYES 

Operetta, 1 ; Commercial Club, 

3. 

REBECCA KRONGARD 

Orchestra, 1, 2; Basketball, 
1, 2, 3; Commercial Club, 
3. 

CHARLOTTE P. MCLEOD 

Monitor, 2, 3 ; Football Usher, 
3. 

PATRICIA LEMON 

Girls Gym Meet, 1 ; Chorus 
in Operetta, "Ivan the 
Terrible", 1 ; Entertained 
with solo dance for Soph- 
omore Social, 1 ; Enter- 
tained with my two Sis- 
ters in dance for Dramat- 
ic Club Social, 1 ; Junior 
Business Club, 2; Made 
several trips to factories 
with Miss Rigby in con- 
nection with our study of 
Business Organizations, 2 ; 
Member of Commercial 
Club, 3 ; Usher for Foot- 
ball Games, 3. 

EVELYN LUNDGREN 

Operetta, "Ivan the Terri- 
ble", 1; Volley Ball, 2; 
Bowling, 2 ; Associate 
Member of Commercial 
Club, 3. 

ENID MacARTHUR 

Football Usher, 1, 2; Head 
Football Usher, 3; Junior 
Prom Committee, 2 ; Sen- 
ior Dance Committee, 3 ; 
Dramatic Club Play Com- 
mittee, 3 ; Dramatic Club 
Social Committee, 3 ; 
Bowling, 3 ; "Ivan the 
Terrible", 1 ; Vice-Pres. 
of Dramatic Club, 3 ; 
Class Gym Captain, 3 ; 
Monitor, 2, 3; "Mirror" 
Staff, 2, 3; Senior Play 
Committee, 3. 



LILLAS MANN 

Chorus, "Ivan the Terrible", 
1; Basketball, 1, 2, 3; 
Baseball, 1, 2; Volley 
Ball, 1, 2; Field Hockey, 
1, 2, 3; Track Meet, 1, 
2 ; Commercial Club 
Member, 3. 



RUTH McENANEY 
Member of Commercial Club. 



EDNA MUDGETT 
Monitor, 3 ; Literary Staff of 
"Mirror", 3. 

ELINOR M. NYE 

Sophomore Social Committee, 
1 ; Cast of "Ivan the Ter- 
rible", 1 ; Dramatic Club, 
2, 3 ; Chairman Junior 
Social, 2 ; Committee of 
Dramatic Club Social and 
Play, 2; Football Usher, 
2, 3; Commercial Club, 3; 
Chairman Social Commit- 
tee of Commercial Club, 
3; Hockey, 3; Basketball, 
3 ; Manager of Girls' 
Basketball, 3 ; Senior 
Bowling Team, 3; Official 
Timer Basketball, 3 ; 
Committee Girls' Alumni 
Basketball Dance, 3 ; Com- 
mittee Senior Social, 3 ; 
Senior Dance Committee, 
3 ; Candy Girl Senior 
Play, 3 ; Secretary Dra- 
matic Club, 3 ; Chairman 
3 Act Play Dramatic 
Club, 3 ; Subscription 
Agent, "Mirror", 3. 



FRANA A. PACKARD 

Member of Dramatic Club, 
1, 2, 3; Treasurer, 2. 

JOSEPHINE PAOLINO 
Basketball, 1 ; Operetta Cho- 
rus, "Ivan the Terrible", 
1 ; Junior Business Club, 
2; Gym Meet, 2; Com- 
mercial Club, 3. 



HELEN PEIRCE 
Operetta, "Ivan the Terri- 
ble, 1. 



CONSTANCE 

PENKETHMAN 

Class Basketball Team, 1, 2, 
3 ; Hockey, 1 ; Baseball, 
1, 3; Track Meet, 1, 2, 3; 
Operetta, "Ivan the Ter- 
rible", 1 ; Varsity Basket- 
ball Team, 2, 3; Volley 
Ball, 2 ; Commercial Club 
Member, 3. 



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43 



MARION R. PERIDIER 
Tennis, 1, 2; Basketball, 3. 



ALMA PONTZ 

"Mirror" Reporter, 1 ; Oper- 
etta, 1 ; Ass't. Exchange 
Editor of "Mirror", 2, 3 ; 
Football Usher, 3; Bas- 
ketball, 3. 

MARY POWERS 

Chorus, "Ivan the Terrible, 
1 ; Basketball, Class and 
Varsity Teams, 1, 2, 3; 
Baseball, 1, 2; Volley 
Ball, 1, 2; Track Meet, 

1, 2, 3; Commercial Club 
Member, 3; Tennis, 1, 2; 
Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3; 
Football Usher, 2; Field 
Hockey, Varsity Team, 

2, 3. 

MARIE ROGERS 

Operetta, "Ivan the Terri- 
ble, 1 ; Football Usher, 2, 
3 ; Associate Member of 
Commercial Club, 3. 

HELEN RYAN 

Social Committee, 1, 2, 3; 
Commercial Club, 2, 3 ; 
Dramatic Club, 2, 3 ; 
Candy Girl Senior Play, 
3 ; Chairman Candy Com- 
mittee Dramatic Club 
Play, 3 ; Picture Commit- 
tee, 3 ; Football Usher, 2, 
3 ; Chairman Alumni Com- 
mittee, Commercial Com- 
mittee of Dramatic Club 
Social ; Chairman, Inves- 
tigating Committee, Dra- 
matic Club. 



MARION SALTER 

Basketball, 1, 3; Commercial 
Club, 3 ; Chairman of 
Social Service Committee, 
3. 

LOIS SEESTED 

Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; Basketball, 
1, 3; Football Usher, 2, 
3 ; Commercial Club, 3 ; 
Entertainment Committee 
of Commercial Club, 3 ; 
May Music Festival Con- 
test, 2 ; Candy Girl Sen- 
ior Play, 3 ; Candy Girl 
Alumni Commercial Club 
Bridge, 3 ; Commercial 
Club Picnic Committee, 3. 



FRANCES HELEN SMITH 

Commercial Club, 3. 



EMILY SANDERSON 

"Mirror" Staff, 3. 



ESTHER SILVER 

Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3; Varsi- 
ty Hockey, 1, 2, 3 ; Bos- 
ton Hockey Team, 3 ; 
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3; 
Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 
3; Meet, 1, 2; Class 
Bowling, 3 ; Varsity Bowl- 
ing, 3 ; Decorating Com- 
mittee of Senior Dance. 

MABEL STANLEY 

Operetta, "Ivan the Terri- 
ble", 1; Bowling, 2; Com- 
mercial Club, 3; Monitor, 
2, 3. 

BERTHA E. STORER 

Class Basketball Team, 1, 2, 
3 ; Varsity Basketball 
Team, 1, 2; Member of 
Dramatic Club, 1 ; Class 
Sec. and Treas., 2; On 
Committee Junior Prom, 
Class Basketball Team 
(Capt.) 2; Class Hockey 
Team, 2, 3 ; Varsity 
Hockey Team, 2, 3 ; Var- 
sity Basketball Team, 
Tennis Tournament, Sec- 
retary and Treas. of 
Class, 3 ; Treas. of Com- 
mercial Club, 3 ; Class 
Bowling, 3 ; Varsity Bowl- 
ing, 3. 

JOHANNA STRINGILLO 

Room Reporter. 

KOSE STROUM 

"Ivan the Terrible, 1 ; Bas- 
ketball, 1, 2, 3; Chair- 
man of Commercial Club 
Assembly Committee, 3; 
Monitor, 2 ; Secretary for 
"Mirror", 3. 

GENE TALBOT 

Football Usher, Member of 
Dramatic Club, 1, 3; 
Dramatic Club Play Com- 
mittee, 3 ; Senior Play 
Committee, 3 ; Dramatic 
Club Social Committee, 3 ; 
Chorus of "Ivan the Ter- 
rible", 1. 



MILDRED TATELMAN 

Dancing Chorus of "Ivan the 
Terrible", 1 ; Commercial 
Club, 3 ; Senior Play 
Cast, 3. 



ANNA THURSTON 

Reporter for "Mirror", 1 ; 
Dramatic Club, 1, 2; Of- 
ficial at Track Meet, 1, 2; 
Chorus of Operetta, 1 ; 
Basketball, 1 ; Commer- 
cial Club, 3. 



VIRGINIA THOMAS 

"Mirror" Room Reporter, 
Operetta, 1 ; Ass't. New 
Books Editor of "Mirror", 
2; Sec. of Dramatic Club, 
2, 3 ; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee, 2 ; Senior Dance 
Committee, 3 ; Senior Play 
Committee, 3 ; Basketball, 
3 ; Football Usher, 3 ; 
New Books Editor, 3. 



DOROTHY TORTOLA 

Monitor. 



DOROTHY VANDER WYK 

Social Committee, 1 ; Basket- 
ball Varsity Squad, 1, 2, 
3; Tennis, 1, 2; Associate 
Member of Commercial 
Club, 2 ; Commercial Club 
Reporter, 3 ; Football 
Usher, 3 ; Class Bowling 
Team, 3; Capt. of Win- 
ning Room Basketball 
Team, 3; "Mirror" Staff, 
3. 



MARTHA M. VOSBURGH 

Pianist at Morning Assem- 
blies, 2, 3 ; Music Editor 
on Staff of "Mirror", 3; 
Commercial Club, 3 ; Class 
Poet, 3. 



BEULAH WEYMOUTH 

Vice-Pres. of Class, 1 j Chorus 
of "Ivan the Terrible", 
1 ; Auditor of Class, 2 ; 
Vice-Pres. of Commercial 
Club, 3; Basketball, 3; 
"Mirror" Staff, 3. 

RUTH YOUNG 

Baseball, 1, 3; Basketball,, 
1 ; Hockey, 1 ; Commer- 
cial Club, 3. 



44 



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BOYS 



GEORGE G. AFFLECK 

Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; 
Football Usher 2. 

ROY B. BRADLEY 

Band, 1, 2, 3; Orchestra, 2, 3; 
Chairman Senior Play, 3 ; 
Senior Social Committee, 
3 ; Class Day Committee, 
3. 



WILLIAM BRADY 

Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Football, 
2, 3; Baseball, 2, 3; 
Hockey, 2, 3 ; Commercial 
Club, 2, 3; Senior Play 
Cast, 3. 



CHARLES BROWN 

Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Football, 
1, 2; Commercial Club, 3; 
Cheerleader, 3 ; Dramatic 
Club, 3. 



ROBERT BROWN 

Dramatic Club. 



JOHN F. CARROLL, JR. 

Ivan, the Terrible, 1 ; Dra- 
matic Club, 1, 2; Christ- 
mas Play, 1 ; Ass't Busi- 
' ness Mgr. "Mirror", 2; 
Ass't Drum-major High 
School Band, 2; Commer- 
cial Club, 3 ; Cast of Sen- 
ior Play, "It Pays To 
Advertise", 3; Business 
Mgr. "Mirror", 3; Drum- 
major High School Band, 
3. 



V. KENNETH CASS 
Senior Play Cast, 3. 



ALBERT CHAVARDONI 

Golf, 1, 2, 3; Basketball, 1, 
2, 3; Hockey, 3; Base- 
ball, 3. 



GEORGE COLARULLO 

Football, 1 ; Hockey, 1 ; Golf, 
1, 2. 

GEORGE A. COLEMAN 
Flockey, 2, 3; Baseball, 1, 2; 
Senior Play, 3. 



ARTHUR DEWAR 

Golf, 1, 2, 3; Basketball, 1, 
2, 3. 

HARRY FISHER 

Football, 1, 2, 3; Basketball, 
1, 2, 3. 



ROBERT EICHLER 

Chairman of Senior Dance, 
3 ; Senior Play, 3 ; Track 
Capt., 3; Class Day Com- 
mittee, 3 ; Football Squad, 
3; Track Team, 2; Hock- 
ey Squad, 2 ; Agent for 
"Mirror" in Rm. 42. 



ARTHUR FLINT 

Basketball ; Track. 



JAMES FLYNN 
Golf, 1, 2, 3; Hockey, 2, 3; 
Football, 3. 



RUSSELL FURBUSH 

Football, 2; Golf, 2; Hockey, 
1 ; Orchestra, 3 ; Band, 3. 



ANTHONY GIRALAMO 

Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Football, 
2, 3 ; Commercial Club, 2, 
3 ; Alumni Committee of 
the Commercial Club, 3. 



ARTHUR HAMILL 

Student Mgr. for Football.. 



ALFRED HEWEY 

Plays, Dramatic Club, Enter- 
tainment for Socials, Cheer 
Leader, Senior Play Pos- 
ter Committee, Minstrel 
Shows. 



ELLIOT HARRINGTON 

Ivan the Terrible, 1. 



WILLARD JACKSON 

Ivan, the Terrible, 1 ; Social 
Service Committee of the 
Commercial Club, 3 ; Com- 
mercial Club, 3. 



ELWOOD JOHNSON 

Football, 1, 2; Junior Prom, 
2; Track, 2; Basketball, 
3; "Mirror" agent, 3; 
Dramatic Club Treasurer, 
3 ; Band 2, 3 ; Senior Play, 
3 ; Senior Class Pres., 3. 



AXEL LARSON 

Basketball, 1 ; Hockey, 2, 3 ; 
Senior Play, 3 ; Commer- 
cial Club, 3. 

JOSEPH LEBRUN 
Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Football, 

1, 2, 3; Baseball, 1, 2, 3; 

Hockey, 3 ; Commercial 

Club, 3. 



WENDELL MAHER 

Ivan the Terrible, 1 ; Mirror" 
Staff, 2, 3; Cheer Leader, 
3 ; Senior Play, 3 ; Class 
Will, 3. 



FRANCIS MCIVOR 

Golf, 1, 2, 3; Hockey, 3; 
Football, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball, 1, 2, 3; Baseball, 2, 
3. 



GUY WHEELER MEYER 

"Mirror" 1, 2, 3; Student 
Mgr. for Baseball, 1, 2, 
3 ; Senior Play, 3 ; Vice- 
Pres. of Dramatic Club, 3. 



ROBERT H. MICKALSEN 

Hockey, 2, 3 ; Class Basket- 
ball, 3. 



HOWARD MORASH 

Senior Class Auditor, 3. 



GORDON MORSE 

Band, 1, 2, 3; Orchestra, 1, 2, 
3 ; Class Basketball, 1, 2. 



JAMES NOONAN 
Dramatic Club, 1, 2; Band, 

1, 2; Hockey Mgr., 3; 

Senior Play Committee, 3 ; 

Track Team, 3 ; Cheer 

Leader, 3. 



WILLIAM ORPIN 

Senior Play, 3 ; Senior Play 

Committee, 3 ; Football 

Squad, 2. 



TONY PARELLO 

Football, 3; Basketball, 3. 



EARL PATTERSON 

Football, 1; Baseball, 1, 2; 
Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Spoke 
at North and South Jun- 
ior Highs. 



GEORGE PAYNE 

Basketball, 1 ; "Ivan the Ter- 
rible", 1 ; Pres. of Junior 
Business Club, 2. 



EDWARD C. REGAN 

Football, 1, 2, 3; Hockey, I, 
2, 3; Track, 2. 

ROBERT W. SEIKEL 

Sandwich man in Senior Play, 
3. 



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45 



MORRISON P. SHIRLEY 

Football, 1, 2, 3; "Mirror", 
1, 2, 3; Class Auditor, 1; 
Promenade Committe, 2 ; 
Senior Dance Committee 
3 ; Senior Play Committee, 
3 ; Class Day Committee, 
3 ; Dramatic Club Social, 
Committee, 3. 

IRWIN SMITH 

Football, Is "Mirror" Staff, 
1 ; Ass't. Editor "Mirror" 
2; Editor-in-Chief "Mir- 
ror", 3 ; Class Prophet, 3 ; 
Stage Mgr. Senior Play, 
3. 



ANGELO TARANTO 

Football, 1, 2, 3; Track, 1; 
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; Band, 
1, 2, 3; Sophomore Social 
Committee, 1 ; Junior So- 
cial Committee, 2. 

JESSE WILLIS 
Senior Dance Committee, 3; 
Basketball, 2, 3. 



JAMES WOODSIDE 
Hockey, 1, 2, 3; Track, 2, 3; 
"Mirror", 3. 



BENJAMIN WEINSTEIN 

First Term — Eastern District 
H. S., N. Y., Member 
of Handball and Track 
Teams. Third Term — 
Evande Child H. S., N. 
Y., Class President; Il- 
lustration contributor of 
School Magazine. Fourth 
Term — Thomas Jefferson 
H. S., N. Y., Capt. of 
Boxing Team. Fifth Term 
Thomas Jefferson H. S., 
Member of Basketball 
Team ; Member of Base- 
ball Team. 



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FLORIST 

719 MAIN STREET 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

Tel. Waltham 2961 



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Permanent Waving, Shampooing 

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Facial Massage, Marcel Waving 

Finger Waving, Water Waving 

Hair Dyeing, 

Children's Hair Cutting 

ESTHER A. STANKARD 

Beautician 

Tel. Waltham 1128-W 

680 MAIN STREET 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



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Short Courses on Billing, Bookkeeping, Banking or Calcula- 
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Bur roughs Adding Machine Company 

School for Operators 
163 Federal Street, Boston, Mass. 



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PAUL AND EATON 

49 Moody Street 

Baseball Special 

$5.00 Model for $1.98 

Athletic Supplies for Students 

Students! Obtain your discount 
Card from Mr. Leary 



R. P. JONES 



899 Main Street 
WALTHAM, MASS, 

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Boxes 

$5,00 



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WALTHAM TRUST COMPANY 

Stronqest Financial Institution in Walthnm 

Main Office 
23 Moody Street 



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266 Moody St. 



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